With high education and quality standards

The Faber-Castell Academy in Stein near Nuremberg is an academy of art, culture and design courses, as well as for cultural, scientific and creative therapy subjects with high education and quality. It is supported by the company Faber-Castell and offers approximately 2,500 square feet of space for training and study purposes. This creative space is situated in a renovated historic factory building known as the "Old Mine" owned by the company Faber-Castell. It provides robust study programs for creative professionals in the fields of art, literature, communication and design.

Study art and design

The Faber-Castell Academy cooperates with various educational, research and higher education institutions. The Faber-Castell Academy is a study center through collaboration with the Diploma European Institute, and offers higher education courses in Graphic Design with a focus on communication. Here, students receive an accredited academic degree of study within seven semesters. At the end of their studies, students will receive a nationally recognized Bachelor of the Arts (BA) degree.

Promoting creativity in sunlit rooms

The focus of the training is on the development of character and creativity of each individual. A university degree is not mandatory for admission to study and train, rather the respective creative talents.

The atmosphere is extraordinary: with an inspiring backdrop, there is plenty of room for experimentation and design in the large light-filled rooms and hallways of the historical Faber-Castell pencil factory from the early days.